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    Brigid ['bʲɾʲiʝidʲ] (so altirisch, auch Brighid oder Brig, schottisch Bride, neuirisch Bríd) ist in der keltischen Mythologie Irlands der Name einer Göttin. Ihr Heiligtum war in Kildare ( Irland ), wo ihr heiliges Feuer gehütet wurde. [1]

  2. Welcome New Members! To register at St. Brigid of Kildare, visit the parish office during office hours or attend our New Parishioner’s Welcome Committee Table (call the parish office or check the bulletin for the latest dates and times). Or, print and complete… Read More >

  3. Previously the cathedral of the Diocese of Kildare, it is now one of two cathedrals in the United Dioceses of Meath and Kildare. The present building is a restored Norman cathedral dating from 1223. The site occupied by the cathedral is likely the site of a pagan shrine to the goddess Brigid and the later of the church of Saint Brigid.

  4. Saint Brigid of Kildare School provides a traditional and rigorous Catholic education for students in preschool through grade eight. As a co-educational, award-winning school in the Diocese of Columbus, we strive for an authentic integration of the Catholic faith and Catholic values within challenging academic experiences.

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    Brigid is said to have lived in the 6th century and founded the important monastery of Kildare. She became the focus of a major cult. However, there are few historical facts about her, and her early hagiographies "are mainly anecdotes and miracle stories, some of which are deeply rooted in Irish pagan folklore". [22]

  6. Saint Brigid of Kildare or Brigid of Ireland (Irish: Naomh Bríd; Latin: Brigida; c. 451 – 525) is the patroness saint (or 'mother saint') of Ireland, and one of its three national saints along with Patrick and Columba.

  7. Nov 23, 2022 · The highly-anticipated Brigid 1500 programme was officially launched at Saint Brigid’s Cathedral on Monday last. According to leading Brigidine experts, 2024 marks the 1500th anniversary of the death of St Brigid and thus, St Brigid’s Day, February 1, 2024 will be a key date in...

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